Provan Hall - Haunted History
Now maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, Provan Hall is one of Glasgow's oldest buildings and has been home to many notable residents, including Scotland's King James IV. The paranormal activity at the hall includes reports of footsteps and disembodied voices, vanishing object and sudden extreme temperature changes.
Provan Hall's best known ghost is that of its last owner, Reston Mather. His ghost has supposedly been seen wearing period clothing roaming the corridors.
The hall is also said to be haunted by the ghost of a mother and her child. It's said that they were killed by the woman's angry husband, who returned home after some time away to find his wife had become a mother to the boy. Their spirits have been seen cowering in fear in the hall, perhaps reliving the final moments before their murder.
Provan Hall Map
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